1 Feb 2006

Peter Gabriel and his Fairlight

Peter Garbriel talks about his Fairlight CMI and goes sample hunting at a junk yard. This recording originaly aired in 1982.
Duration: 7 min. 18 sec.

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6 Comments:

Blogger Rob said...

Thank you im a huge PG fan. This is a real treat.

2:17 am  
Blogger cinematronic said...

No matter what local bandwidth settings I try, and with all firewall ports open, I can't make this play acceptably. Could you possibly be persuaded to post it as a downloadable file, despite the fact that you said you weren't going to? It would be greatly appreciated!

12:50 pm  
Blogger matrix said...

I finally got around to watching it. Absolutely brilliant. Thanks for putting this up. Wish I watched it before posting it on Matrixsynth. That comment he makes, "let pull out my phallic symbol" would have been a perfect title to the post. : )

4:23 am  
Blogger dvdborn said...

Cinematronic,

I also made the video available for download. Let me know if you still got problems.

9:19 pm  
Blogger ortho said...

Million dollar samplers and african hand drums man.

11:56 pm  
Blogger [d] said...

My first album was "So". I never got any of Gabriel's other works, so I never knew how experimental the guy was! Banging on things? Percussive voice samples? Where'd he learn that, I wonder??? Hum...starts with a "K".

4:47 am  

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